To the Editor: Christian Delacampagne has much to say about the reaction in France to an article by Robert Redeker about Islam, but he passes over...

Among the Believers American Islam: The Struggle for the Soul of a Religion by Paul M. Barrett Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 320 pp. $25.00 Paul Barrett, formerly...

The oldest Jewish cemetery in England is in Mile End, in the heart of the East End of London. It was created exactly 350 years...

Guests of the Ayatollah: The First Battle in America’s War with Militant Islam By Mark Bowden Atlantic Monthly Press. 704 pp. $26.00 What goes around, comes around. In...

The novel, it used to be said, brings the news about our social and moral condition. In the West, many novelists have taken to abdicating...

When satirical depictions of the prophet Muhammad in a Danish newspaper sparked a worldwide wave of Muslim violence early this year, observers naturally focused on...

  To the Editor: As a former editor of the Cumberland Law Review who worked on the article by Ali Khan that Daveed Gartenstein-Ross criticizes [“When Muslims...

Islamists are among the most garrulous of enemies: in a plethora of videotapes, audiotapes, declarations, books, letters, fatwas, magazines, and websites, they have explained their...

  To the Editor: David Pryce-Jones’s article is excellent, and I wish it had been written 30 years ago [“The Islamization of Europe?,” December 2004]. From the...

To the Editor: James Q. Wilson summarizes very well the case for hoping that we might create a liberal regime in Iraq [“Islam and Freedom,” December...

  To the Editor: Joshua Kurlantzick cites an allegedly criminal incident involving the activist attorney Lynne Stewart and her client, Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, as an example...

The War for Muslim Minds: Islam and the West by Gilles Kepel Harvard. 336 pp. $23.95 Gilles Kepel heads the postgraduate program on the Arab and Muslim worlds...